Knowledge Collection: WebSphere Application Server Service Integration Technology Message flow problems and their solutions

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Abstract

This Knowledge Collection is a compilation of links to the most frequently accessed technotes and webcast replays dealing with problems related to the flow of messages in the WebSphere Applicaiton Server Service Integration Technology (also known as Service Integration Bus (SIB)) and their solutions.

Most of the problems are caused by either configuration or runtime issues or both and can be easily resolved by following the directions in the webcasts or Technotes.

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Webcast Replays

Other Useful Links for Service Integration Bus

Other Knowledge Collections for WebSphere Application Server


Technotes



1. Message consumer fails with the error: CWSIA0144E (1624088)
Your WebSphere Application Server Message consumer is unable to get the message.

2. DSRA0080E error thrown and JVM is terminated with the message: HMGR0130I (1624733)
WebSphere Application Server (WAS) Message Engine (ME) was started and all of sudden your application is unable to send the messages to the BUS. In the SystemOut.log initially the error DSRA0080E is reported from the message data store component followed by J2CA0056I. Each of these messages is repeated several times. This sequence is then followed by message codes CWSIS1546I and CWSIS1538I, which indicate that the lock on the database has been lost and repeated attempts are being made to recover the lock. Finally the application server JVM is terminated by HA manager to avoid any possible data loss. Message HMGR0130I appears before it terminates the JVM. The application server is terminated in a orderly way.

3. CWSIV0775W, CWSIT0088E and CWSIT0103E errors are thrown and application is not able to find running Messaging Engine even through the same Messaging Engine is running in the cluster (1624734)
Application is not able to find the running WebSphere Application Server (WAS) Messaging Engine (ME), even though the requested ME is up and running.

4. CWSIS1524E: Data source, jdbc/ not found (1624732)
While starting the Messaging Engine in a stadalone server or during the failover of the Messaging Engine in WebSphere Application cluster you see this geneic error: CWSIS1524E

5. CWSIS1522E: The messaging engines request for a database connection timed out (1626528)
Your client or application requests fail while trying to connect to WebSphere Application Server Messaging Engine even though the Messaging Engine is running

6. Reasons why best effort messages are being discarded (1624377)
In Websphere Application Server, you have your destinations set up in your Service Integration Bus to use Best Effort Nonpersistent messages. You lost some of your Best Effort nonpersistent messages during normal functioning of the system and do not know why. There are no errors nor exceptions in the server logs nor in the application log to explain why the messages are lost.

7. CWSIA0069E: The user does not have authorization to carry out this operation (1624564)
Your message producer is not able to connect to the JMS destination in your Service Integration Bus for WebSphere Application Server and throws a CWSIA0069E error.

8. CWSJY0003W: Failed to reconnect one or more MDBs after a connection failure. (1408391)
You recycle WebSphere MQ on your z/OS platform and WebSphere Application Server clients on AIX begin to fail with message: CWSJY0003W: Failed to reconnect one or more MDBs after a connection failure.

9. JMSExceptions CWSIT0006E and CWSIA0241E on bus connect (1624731)
Your application throws JMS exceptions CWSIT0006E and CWSIA0241E when trying to connect to a WebSphere Application Server (WAS) Service Integration Bus (SIBus).

10. PM56596; 7.0.0.21: messages build up on publication point and do not flow (4032675)
Messages stuck on Messaging engine (ME) hosting publication point and stay in pending acknowledgment mode.

11. Messaging stops with the CWSIS1501E message in log files when you use Service Integration Bus messaging and DB2 Version 9.5 for the message store (1381507)
When you use Service Integration Bus messaging to send and receive large messages and use IBM DB2 Version 9.5 for the message store, file system usage by the database increases. The additional space is not reused. Thus, the database system might reach its resource limits. If the resource limit is exceeded, further messaging cannot occur. Therefore, the following message is written to the FFDC log file and system output log files: CWSIS1501E: The data source has produced an unexpected exception: com.ibm.db2.jcc.b.SqlException: Unable to allocate new pages in table space "USERSPACE1"

12. The default messaging provider for WebSphere Application Server reports SQL0964C errors indicating that DB2 Version 9.5 database logs are full (1377796)
The logs of a DB2 Version 9.5 database become full when it is used as the data store for a messaging engine in a service integration bus, and automatic statistics collection is enabled in the database.

13. WebSphere Application Server Service Integration Bus messaging engine throws java.io.StreamCorruptedException (1610720)
You have a log rotation script that makes use of the copytruncate utility in UNIX to rotate the WebSphere Application Server Service Integration Bus messaging engine filestore files. You executed the script while the messaging engine was running and encountered java.io.StreamCorruptedException

14. DSRA0080E error thrown and JVM is terminated with the message: HMGR0130I (1624733)
WebSphere Application Server (WAS) Message Engine (ME) was started and all of sudden your application is unable to send the messages to the BUS. In the SystemOut.log initially the error DSRA0080E is reported from the message data store component followed by J2CA0056I. Each of these messages is repeated several times. This sequence is then followed by message codes CWSIS1546I and CWSIS1538I, which indicate that the lock on the database has been lost and repeated attempts are being made to recover the lock. Finally the application server JVM is terminated by HA manager to avoid any possible data loss. Message HMGR0130I appears before it terminates the JVM. The application server is terminated in a orderly way.

15. WebSphere Application Server Messaging Engine disconnected abruptly (1617039)
Your messages are not passing from the internal Messaging bus to any other module. This results in messages collecting in a queue. When servers containing a WebSphere Application Server (WAS) Messaging Engine (ME) are restarted, messages process normally thereafter.

16. Priority setting ignored and messages consumed FIFO for Message Driven Beans (1438432)
Message Driven Beans that consume messages by Priority using a message selector consumes messages in First In-First Out (FIFO) order.

17. CWSIA0363E in mixed v7/v6.x Service Integration Bus environments (1447158)
When Service Integration Bus messages are processed in a mixed v7/v6.x environment, you see error "CWSIA0363E: The JMSDestination or JMSReplyTo contains an unknown property name:" in the application server logs. The property name given is scopeToLocalQP, producerPreferLocal, producerBind, or gatherMessages.

18. WebSphere Service Integration Bus fails to send messages to a queue manager (1237287)
Foreign Bus in WebSphere Service Integration Bus (SIB) will not allow messages to be sent to a real WebSphere MQ queue manager.

19. Priority setting ignored and messages consumed FIFO for Message Driven Beans (1438432)
Message Driven Beans that consume messages by Priority using a message selector consumes messages in First In-First Out (FIFO) order.

The following technotes address issues in WebSphere Application Server 6.1

1. Internal SIB links start and stop every 5 minutes with CWSIJ0051E exceptions using Microsoft Windows 2003 Server and WebSphere Application Server 6.1 (1303301)
You created a cluster with two (or more) cluster members, defined multiple Service Integration Buses and added the individual cluster members as bus members. Now the internal connections between the message engines seems to start and stop every 5 minutes using WebSphere 6.1 and Microsoft Windows 2003 Server.

2. PM10591; 6.1.0.29: filestore never recovers from ObjectStoreFullException (4026719)
If the filestore becomes full (CWSOM1042E), no more messages can ever be sent even if all existing messages are consumed.

3. PK61176; 6.1.0.17: Problems after a rollback occurs within a xa_prepare call (4019239)
An FFDC is thrown showing an XidUnknownException from XidManager.rollback() on the application server hosting a Messaging Engine.

4. XA transactions in a secure service integration bus are unrecoverable (1237315)
XA transactions that involve a secure service integration bus can sometimes be unrecoverable unless you configure an XA recovery authentication alias or modify the default security settings.

5. Tuning the WebSphere Service Integration Bus Heartbeat Properties (1422114)
What are the properties 'com.ibm.ws.sib.jfapchannel.HEARTBEAT_INTERVAL' and 'com.ibm.ws.sib.jfapchannel.HEARTBEAT_TIMEOUT' and how do you tune them?

6. Current transaction errors occur when you start the server (1237714)
If you restart a server while performing messaging with a service integration bus, you might see the following error message in the system out log file (SystemOut.log) on distributed platforms, or in output of the appropriate job log on z/OS: CWSIP0671E: The destination destination_name on messaging engine messaging_engine_name failed to be initialized for maintaining order. Several instances of this message might occur during server restart.

7. PK66053;6.1.0.15:Same instance of JMS message sent to both instances of consumer (4019352)
The same instance of the JMS message may be delivered to both instances of a subscription consumer.

8. The first non-persistent message received over WebSphere MQ Link is corrupted (1237713)
If you are using a IBM WebSphere MQ link in WebSphere Application Server Version 6.1 to communicate with WebSphere MQ on z/OS, the first non-persistent message to arrive on the sender channel that is configured on WebSphere MQ might be lost or corrupted.


Webcast Replays


1. Webcast replay: Service Integration Bus and Stuck Messages (7036467)
This IBM WebSphere Support Technical Exchange is designed to address Service Integration Bus Messaging Engine start-up problems and solutions - specifically common Messaging Engine startup failures and how to identify a proper Messaging Engine startup. Solutions to common startup failures are also presented.

2. Webcast replay: WebSphere Application Server - Messaging Engine startup problems (7013517)
This IBM WebSphere Support Technical Exchange is designed to address Service Integration Bus Messaging Engine start-up problems and solutions - specifically common Messaging Engine startup failures and how to identify a proper Messaging Engine startup. Solutions to common startup failures are also presented.

3. Webcast replay: WebSphere Application Server - Service Integration Bus Messaging Engine Data Store Connectivity Problems and Solutions (7020333)
This WebSphere Support Technical Exchange is designed to describe how Service Integration Bus Messaging Engines connect to data stores and how to recover from unexpected disconnections from data stores.

4. Webcast replay: WebSphere Application Server - Message Store Overview (7016476)
This WebSphere Support Technical Exchange discusses SIB Message Stores, possible Message Store configurations, how Message Stores work, and common Message Store problems and solutions in WebSphere Application Server.

5. Webcast replay: WebSphere Default Messaging Provider: Concept and Architecture Overview (7019098)
This WebSphere Support Technical Exchange is designed to present an overview of the concepts, architecture of the Service Integration Bus, an implementation of the Default Messaging Provider in WebSphere Application Server V6 and V7.

6. Ask the Experts Replay: Service Integration Bus Scalability Best Practices (7021025)
The Service Integration Bus messaging provider in WebSphere Application Server can scale from a single server up to large environments with multiple clusters. This Ask the Experts session discusses best practices for exploiting the scalability of the Service Integration Bus to improve performance.

7. Webcast replay: SSL Configuration of the Java EE Application Client and the WebSphere Application Server V7 Service Integration Bus (7019792)
This WebSphere Support Technical Exchange is designed to provide a step-by-step walkthru of the SSL configuration for the Java EE Application Client and WebSphere Application Server V7 Service Integration Bus.

8. Webcast replay: External messaging clients for the Service Integration Bus in WebSphere Application Server (7016041)
This WebSphere Support Technical Exchange is designed to offer detailed explanation of the various external messaging clients available for the Service Integration Bus in WebSphere Application Server V6.x and V7.


Other useful links for Service Integration Bus


1. Tuning the WebSphere Service Integration Bus Heartbeat Properties (1422114)
What are the properties 'com.ibm.ws.sib.jfapchannel.HEARTBEAT_INTERVAL' and 'com.ibm.ws.sib.jfapchannel.HEARTBEAT_TIMEOUT' and how do you tune them?

2. IBM Service Integration Bus Destination Handler, Version 1.1 (4021439)
A tool to view, move, copy, delete, save and restore messages in the default messaging provider for IBM WebSphere Application Server versions 7.0, 6.1, and 6.0.

3. How to setup a Service Integration Bus to send an MQRFH2 back through WebSphere MQ (1396144)
If a WebSphere Application Server application is configured to accept an MQRFH2 in a Request/Reply message scenario, how do you send an MQRFH2 header back to the ReplyToQueue if the same path may be used for messages where the MQRFH2 cannot be sent back?

4. Current transaction errors occur when you start the server (1237714)
If you restart a server while performing messaging with a service integration bus, you might see the following error message in the system out log file (SystemOut.log) on distributed platforms, or in output of the appropriate job log on z/OS: CWSIP0671E: The destination destination_name on messaging engine messaging_engine_name failed to be initialized for maintaining order. Several instances of this message might occur during server restart.

5. Troubleshooting Service integration in WebSphere Application Server V7.0
Troubleshooting Service integration in WebSphere Application Server V8.0
Troubleshooting Service integration in WebSphere Application Server V8.5
These pages in the Information Centers provide a starting point for finding information about service integration.

5. Messaging engine troubleshooting tips in V7.0
Messaging engine troubleshooting tips in V8.0
Messaging engine troubleshooting tips in V8.5
Use this set of specific tips in the Information Centers to help you troubleshoot problems with service integration messaging engines.




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2. Knowledge Collection: Migration planning for WebSphere Application Server (7008724)

3. Knowledge Collection: Migrating to (or from) WebSphere Application Server V8.0 (7008725)

4. Knowledge Collection: Migrating from other Application Servers to WebSphere Application Server (7008729)

5. Knowledge Collection: IBM Support Newsletters (7011428)

6. Knowledge Collection: Java Message Service (JMS) for WebSphere Application Server (7020347)

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8. Knowledge Collection: Out of Memory OOM for WebSphere Application Server (7021664)

9. Knowledge Collection: Migrating to WebSphere Application Server V8.5 (7008727)

10. Knowledge Collection: Migrating from WebSphere Application Server V6.1 (7008728)

11. Knowledge Collection: Migrating to (or from) WebSphere Application Server V7.0 (7013842)


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Cross reference information
Segment Product Component Platform Version Edition
Business Integration WebSphere MQ Service Integration Technologies /SIB
Business Integration IBM Business Monitor
Business Integration WebSphere Enterprise Service Bus
Business Integration WebSphere Lombardi Edition
Business Integration WebSphere Partner Gateway Advanced Edition
Business Integration WebSphere Partner Gateway Enterprise Edition
Business Integration WebSphere Process Server
Business Integration WebSphere Service Registry and Repository
Messaging Applications IBM Connections Content Edition

Product Alias/Synonym

WebSphere Application Server WAS SIB SIBUS SI BUS

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More support for:

WebSphere Application Server
Service Integration Technology

Software version:

6.0, 6.1, 7.0, 8.0, 8.5

Operating system(s):

AIX, HP-UX, IBM i, Linux, Solaris, Windows, i5/OS

Software edition:

Advanced, Base, Express, Network Deployment, Single Server

Reference #:

7038103

Modified date:

2014-11-04

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